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    Thanks for stopping by guys:

    bLawless; Would you kiss him?
    Si; thanks for popping by dude, will be watching out for more
    Etcher; thanks man, very grateful you always pop by. I see you everywhere offering encouragement and sharing knowledge... you're a star.

    Here's another 2.5 doodle. A friend recorded a documentary on one of my fave artists, Jean 'Moebius' Giraud. Brought back so many memories...

    'Giraud-Williams Space'
    Giraud-Williams Space.jpg
    Last edited by RawSunlight; 08-23-09 at 11:48 PM.

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    Shouldn't do tuts before going to bed, because I don't...go to bed, that is!
    Another 2.5d doodle - still feeling a little Moebius vibe - forcing a fusion of 2d and 2.5d and being bolder with the colour... (and a little post in PS)
    'Echoesis'

    Echoesis.jpg
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    Oh man that is really wild! I do get a Moebius vibe in the last piece that you posted as well and I like it allot.

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    great stuff. love the 'Giraud-Williams Space'

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    great, your crativity is exploding,very nice.Your drawing of the satyr is very cool.go on.

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    nGene works are very dynamic and expressive...

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    Can't help but post again... apologies! I really like your experiments and above all, your willingness to post them: a true "Artist's Log". Looking forward to the next!

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    Wasn't going to do any more with the zombie head but found best render and started to see how much better things could look.
    (Did a little post - highlights, shadows, etc in PS)

    Because You're Worth It (small).jpg

    Quite pleased with the result, so will probably continue detailing and texturing & see this one through to the finish. If that turns out good enough, I'll work a background and narrative.

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    love this zombie head and the puch line is hilarious ( isn't that the Loreal or garnier line?! ). I like how you have layered geometry. the inside of the mouth , the tongue coming out etc. gr8 work!

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    zombie looks good.....
    i like his teeth...
    and by the way wonderful 2.5 D stuff...

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    Thumbs up Nice Gallery Mr H

    No ,you cant have "H" he`s mine !

    Oh well, wonderful stuff H .

    Im gonna go for a swim now....somewhere off the Amity coast seems a sweet place this time of year.

    Brilliant as always !


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    Excellent painting on the Zombie head.
    SpaceMan's Space Book Journal On ZBrush
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    Wormholes were first introduced to the public over a century ago in a book written by an Oxford mathematician. Perhaps realizing that adults might frown on the idea of multiply connected spaces, he wrote the book under a pseudonym and wrote it for children. His name was Charles Dodgson, his pseudonym was Lewis Carroll, and the book was Through The Looking Glass. ***8212; Michio Kaku

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    Default Decagog (a Gir)

    So much for doing a texture tutorial!!! 5 mins in, this began happening to my screen.... took a whole hour and 2 cans of mr muscle to shift it.

    'Decagog (a Gir)'

    Decagog (a Gir).jpg

    Don't know why I enjoy these so much, maybe because there's no wrong or right for me to be overly critical about, simply the joy of creating them...

    Decagog II (a Gir).jpg

    I have a feeling that I might do one really big 2.5d experiment and enter it for the Royal Academy's Summer Exhibition next year ... imagine if a zbrush entry made it in
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    dude, your art is awesome! I love the 2.5 d stuff

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